It’s raining , for the first time since decamping to my new temporary lockdown hide , wildlife Wednesday will have to be renamed Wet Wednesday. Still the show must go on , and I’m not exactly overloaded with other options anyway. Another slight issue is having to open a patio door in rain so I have had to improvise a temporary waterproof shield. Used bubble wrap and masking tape seems to have fixed the problem and hopefully negate the wrath of the wife ( did I mention my hides very nice pristine cream carpets )
So who’s in the garden today. All the usual suspects, wood pigeons, collared doves, house sparrows , starlings , magpie , blackbird and one half a sleep hog in the entrance of the Hibernation Arms a grumpy looking Bud the hedgehog. Sandra the squirrel made a quick inspection of the nut buffet before she was scared off by noice from my neighbour.
So what happens when a fox comes across a cat stealing his dinner ? Not a lot actually. A brief stand off before the cat sensibly retreats. Foxes get a lot of bad press, yes they can be a problem for farmers and yes they are an apex hunter here in the UK . However […]
Does anyone know this squirrel ? Last seen on Tuesday afternoon trying to break into the Nut Store here at Wild HQ. Description, short and furry , wearing a grey hooded top . Obviously one smart squirrel who’s figured out where the nuts keep coming from……. you might also like…..
Badger Say hello to Brian the Badger (Meles Meles) Despite being rarely seen during daylight hours ,Badgers are easily recognisable and widespread on the British mainland. The low set animal has a solid frame , black and white striped face with grey body hair and a lighter underside.With an average weight of 15 kg the Badger […]